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See how remuneration and reward strategies are changing
Events of 2020 and 2021 set the stage for a post-pandemic ‘new’ world of remuneration and reward – from flexible work disrupting ‘how’ companies pay, to community and regulatory influences questioning ‘why’ Executives receive incentives.
Now in its third year, our annual Remuneration Pulse Survey gathers data on the remuneration trends happening in businesses across Australia and the Remuneration Pulse Report delivers this data to you in a concise, graphical format, ideal for consideration during analysis and inclusion in reporting.
Our latest survey contains data from our most recent Pulse Survey conducted in May 2021, as well as the results from December 2020
The survey questions were designed to seek information on these topics:
- Remuneration quantum
- Remuneration and performance structures
- Pay equity, fairness and transparency
These results, along with our own short narrative form the basis of the report. The Reward Practice has packaged up these valuable insights for Australian companies to understand remuneration movements and changes to structures.
We hope you find it a useful tool when making decisions about Board, Executive and broad-based employee reward approaches.
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Would you like our full 2021 report by the end of November as well?
Being that it’s almost the end of the year, we are currently collecting survey responses from Australian businesses for our comprehensive 2021 Remuneration Pulse Report.
If you would like to be the first to receive this free report at the end of November, please take our brief Remuneration Pulse Survey.
The Reward Practice is an independent boutique remuneration consulting practice based in Western Australia, specialising in board, executive and employee reward & incentive programs.